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@BAYMAX Actually, I haven't tried this. (So I have used neither Mathpix nor other tools.) There was a recent question on MO: AI tools for editing and re-generating old math documents. You can also have a look at various posts on Mathematics Meta - for example, check whether the posts recommending Mathpix mention other tools as well.
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Q: AI tools for editing and re-generating old math documents

Tom CopelandWhat AI-powered or multi-modal LLM (Large Language Model) apps/interfaces are available to edit/revise pdf or Word documents by automatically producing LaTex for the math expressions within the document files or images of the docs?

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Q: What tools can be used to extract MathJax/LaTeX from scanned input?

Martin SleziakSome users post question (and sometimes also answers) which contain text and formulas as images. Often some other users help with retyping the questions into properly formatted text and MathJax formula. For short text, typing the formula is probably the fastest way, but still it might be useful t...

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Q: Is there an application where you can visually input LaTeX and have it translate to a code that works in Stack Exchange?

AndroidV11I do not know if this question is appropriate to the Mathematics Meta. This question may be closed if it isn't. But I would like to ask if there is an application people can refer me to that can visually put equations similar to Office, which can be converted into LaTeX. I know some people would ...

And you can have a look at some post on TeX - LaTeX - for example, the ones mentioned in this answer:
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A: What tools can be used to extract MathJax/LaTeX from scanned input?

Martin SleziakLet us create here a community wiki answer to collect resources on this topic elsewhere on the web. Related posts on TeX Stack Exchange: What is the status of generating LaTeX from handwriting (i.e., OCR)? (August 2010) How to convert PDF to (La)TeX? (January 2011) Image equation to TeX (May 2...


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